A S comes to a close, the stream of losses in pop runs long. Prince, David Bowie and Maurice White were among the biggest. Although each offered a unique reconfiguration of pop, they all seemed to have a common directive: Each artist challenged ideas of masculinity and what it meant to be free while annihilating boundaries and blazing trails.
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But Maurice White was steadfast in his vision, crafting a sound that was inclusive as it unabashedly celebrated a progressive black consciousness. The band became one of the most commercially successful acts of the era, with seven Grammys and more than 90 million albums sold. But it all went down smoothly with gleaming arrangements.